Quintet of fair hues

Sitting prettily
Giving cheer to all around
Quintet of fair hues


Nefertiti head
Impossibly exotic
Ruler of the blooms

After an energy-sapping immigration report, I wandered down the spacious multi-purpose hall of Government House. People were buying and selling interesting wares. In the middle of bustling business I saw something that diverted my attention from those ivory tusk jewelry and Thai silk on display: orchids galore.

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19 Responses to Quintet of fair hues

  1. JInksy says:

    What beautiful flowers…

  2. earlybird says:

    Beautiful orchids. Were they growing or cut?

  3. kateri says:

    What a beatiful scene.

  4. Grace says:

    Lovely scene and haiku set ~

  5. Susannah says:

    Beautiful pictures and words! Thanks very much for sharing them with I Saw Sunday. 🙂

  6. kaykuala says:

    You can never go wrong with fresh flowers!


  7. rebecca says:

    welcome to haiku my heart!
    such stunning beauty in word and flowers…

    come early next friday so more will visit you!

  8. dubsters says:

    Looks really lovely, all the flowers that surrounds in that image at the center. nice garden

  9. Very nicely written. Great photo too!


  10. becca givens says:

    Beautiful flowers to match your lovely Haiku!

  11. Andy Sewina says:

    Well recorded! Lovely flowers!!

  12. 1sojournal says:

    Gorgeous photo and wonderful words to underline that beauty,


  13. Sheila Moore says:

    amazing colors – I love flowers!

  14. Beautiful photograph, what colour!

  15. The Gooseberry Garden says:

    love it.

    you never disappoint.

  16. fotografaire says:

    Beautiful capture of textures and tones.

  17. ruchi jain says:

    Purple Flowers,, really cute… nice haiku..

  18. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    I am enchanted by that line “quintet of fair hues.” It’s just lovely!

    Impossible River

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